Overview & Core Resources
Alcohol education resources for 11-25 year olds
Alcohol education resources supporting 11- 25 year olds in schools, PRU’s special schools and community settings such as youth and sports clubs.
The Alcohol Education Trust has an 11 year history of providing free resources evidenced to raise the age that young people choose to start drinking, improving their knowledge and engagement with PSHE (now RSHE). As Health Education becomes statutory from September 2020, knowing you have the best resources that have been trialed piloted and written by specialists in the field will ensure your school is fully prepared! For any advice please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Alcohol Education Trust, with teachers and PSHE specialists as Trustees has developed a selection of evidence based resources suitable for different ages and abilities in paper and online form, making us the one stop shop for alcohol education and training for schools, colleges, PRU’s and community settings. Over 500,000 children use our highly evaluated evidence based programme each year meaning you know you are using the best and most widely used programme in the UK! You can download our full teacher workbook for England here and for Scotland here.
We produce a booklet to send home to parents ‘Talking About Alcohol’, which encourages parents to set boundaries and be good role models.
Our second booklet ‘Alcohol and You’ takes a social norms approach with advice and guidance for 14 years+ teenagers.
In our store you can order a copy of our best secondary school resource BAFTA award Just a Few drinks DVD or a specially designed resources for children with additional learning needs, including picture and story led activities using colours and emoji’s. We have grants to support settings with a high level of children with SEN, so may be able to support you free of charge.
Our regionally based staff host train the trainer and parent/carer information sessions all over England. To arrange a parent information session or CPD training for teachers please email email@example.com or ring 01305 259 142. If you are located in the North please contact Kathryn Arnott Gent via firstname.lastname@example.org If you are in The Midlands or South West, please contact Karen Perryman via: email@example.com For Scotland please contact firstname.lastname@example.org For other areas, please contact email@example.com
Awarded 3/3 for programme effectiveness by The Department for Education appointed Centre for Analysis for Youth Transitions (CAYT).
See our evaluation and case studies page for more information